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  • An oval brilliant-cut, 10.01-carat, fancy-intense-yellow, VVS1-clarity diamond ring sold for $226,800, more than double its $100,000 upper price tag.
  • A ring featuring a rectangular emerald-cut, 22.97-carat Colombian emerald with diamond brackets garnered $315,000, more than five times its $60,000 high estimate.
  • A ring setting with a round brilliant-cut, 1.13-carat, fancy-blue, VS2-clarity diamond center stone with additional baguette-cut sapphires and diamonds fetched $403,200, surpassing its $250,000 high estimate.
  • A pair of Bulgari earrings consisting of two round brilliant-cut, D-color, VVS2-clarity diamonds weighing 5.08 and 5.05 carats respectively for $428,400, within its presale price range.
  • A Cartier necklace features a cushion brilliant-cut, 10.08-carat, D-color, VVS1-clarity diamond that is potentially internally flawless. The piece sold for $604,800, within its estimate.
  • A pear brilliant-cut, 17.09-carat, D-color, VVS2-clarity diamond ring by Harry Winston sold at $819,000, within its $700,000 to $1 million price range.
  • The top lot of the sale, Kashmir sapphire and diamond ring which nearly tripled its low estimate, selling for $856,800.

Christie’s Jewels Online Sale Totals $13.5M


Christie’s kicked off Jewels Online, the first jewellery sale of the season with exceptional results from 11 to 21 March 2024. The sale achieved a total of $13,521,438 and was sold 131percent by its low estimate, 100 percent by value, and 97 percent by lot.


The sale showcased a diverse array of curated pieces, including signed jewels, diamonds, coloured gemstones, and esteemed designs from renowned brands such as Buccellati, Bulgari, Cartier, David Webb, Hemmerle, Seaman Schepps, Tiffany, Jean Schlumberger, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Verdura.


The top lot of the sale was a Kashmir sapphire and diamond ring which nearly tripled its low estimate, selling for $856,800. The piece contains a cushion mixed-cut, 8.19-carat sapphire flanked by trapezoid-shaped diamonds, and it carried a presale price range of $300,000 to $500,000. Other top lots included a 17-carat diamond ring by Harry Winston which realised $819,000; a Cartier diamond pendant-necklace that sold for $604,800; and a pair of Bulgari diamond earrings which achieved $428,400.


According to the auction house, jewels featuring sapphires and emeralds were favourites and overall exceeded expectations. A star sapphire and diamond ring performed exceptionally well, achieving $107,100 which was nearly nine times its low estimate. All 40 lots of the iconic Bulgari jewellery offered achieved impressive results. (Photo courtesy: Christie’s)




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